Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Rebel Girl Scout

I once was one of them, the girl scouts. I was part of their ranks and I sold girl scout cookies with sheer determination. I scoured my neighborhood with a fierce competitive nature that would have made my troupe leader proud, had she not been a mother of a competing girl. And I hope it doesn't go against the girl scout laws that I share this information with you...

Girl Scout cookies, you can get them year round at your local grocer.

You read that absolutely right. I once worked for a woman whose parents were devoted Keebler employees for decades. She said that Keebler is one of the bakers of Girl Scout cookies and they have a conveyor belt that leads to either Keebler packaging or Girl Scout cookie packaging. It's that simple.

Wait. How would you know which cookies were your Girl Scout favorites? I'll help you of course. Just don't turn me into any Girl Scout officials, I really don't want to give back my Brownie sash.

The cookies on the left are respectively from The Girl Scouts and the cookies on the right are Keebler's wrapped version. I understand another bakery also makes Girl Scout cookies too so these were the only Keebler ones I was able to hunt down for the time being. I trust you'll all be running to your local grocer upon reading this entry.

Sidenote: Thin mints always taste better after being in the fridge.

"In your hearts, set apart Christ as Lord. Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and resepect." -1 Peter 3:15


  1. i think you've just made a million friends for life. especially since we didn't order any gs cookies this year. cheers to you, my fellow brownie!

  2. I always put my Thin Mints in the freezer. SO good!


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